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are watching live from singapore and london. still to come, safeguarding one of afghanistan's architectural treasures. that battle to preserve this historic city. >> and blended kickstart the final race to the finish line to the olympics. and independent inquiry has found that one in 10 experiments on monkeys has no clear sign to the purpose. studies involving monkeys have led to important benefits over the years, such as the development of a polio vaccine and treatment for strokes and parkinson's disease. an animal welfare groups describe the inquiry's findings as chilling. >> it is done in cases where we believe it will yield fantastic results that meat -- that may either now or sometime in the future be important for human health. >> but is all the research carried out really necessary? and does it always lead to a scientific and medical benefits? according to a review of research on monkeys, on the whole, the work is of high quality and were continuing, but there were some concerns. -- worth continuing, but there were some concerns. >> some of the work does not justify continuing in ter
, right? we have drones fighting in -- these are like the unsung heroes of iraq, afghanistan and libya and the heros ferl -- of some of our unsung wars like in pakistan and yemen, right? [laughter] are drone pilots going to be taking over domestic flights as well? i'm in the sure if i want to hear someone this is your captain speaking bleep, blorp. do i have that to fear? >> most commercial jets can fly on their own right now. >> stephen: they can? >> planes take off every day with a pilot never touching the stick in today's world. >> stephen: i am going to buy some train tickets. [laughter] there could be semi auto ton muss planes out there? >> they will are. the pilot is sitting there watching and the making sure everything goes okay. this happens more in europe than it does in the united states. we actually have a cultural issue. we're not as open to it as potentially people in other countries. >> stephen: we've been warned by document ricks like 2001-a space odd i did that the robots will rise up against us. how do i know this robot is r2d2 and in the the how 9000. because it has a
what terrorism has to do the world headlines now, another one of southern afghanistan's powerbrokers was killed today by a suicide bomber. the assassination of kandahar's mayor was the third killing in the last two weeks. the taliban has claimed responsibility for all three attacks. >>> libyan rebels received a diplomatic boost today with recognition from great britain. the conflict there in libya has gone under the public's radar recently because of more pressing economic concerns here in washington. but national cute correspondent jennifer griffin tells us -- national security correspondent jennifer griffin tells the nato mission is still unaccomplished. >> this is a video broadcast on libya state television tuesday of the pan am lockerbie bomber rallying support for libyan leader muammar qaddafi in downtown tripoli. the lockerbie bomber was released on compassionate grounds by a scottish judge two years ago, because he was reportedly dying of cancer. but he's still standing, as is muammar qaddafi, five months after the start of an operation the white house said would be brief. >>
sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: the mayor of kandahar was assassinated in southern afghanistan today. a suicide bomber hid explosives in his turban, before blowing himself up inside a heavily-fortified government compound. it's the third taliban attack on an afghan powerbroker in the south in more than two weeks. the new u.s. ambassador to afghanistan ryan crocker said it's proof the taliban is so damaged, it can't carry out large-scale operations. he spoke today in kabul. >> they've had to kind of regroup and figure out what they can do and, in some cases, that has been assassination. we saw a very similar pattern in iraq. clearly, these are horrific attacks but they can also be interpreted as a sign of significant organizational weakness. >> sreenivasan: a taliban spokesman told the associated press the kandahar mayor was targeted for ordering the destruction of homes city officials claimed were illegally constructed. two children were killed during that demolition. the prime minister of norway today announced an independent commission will review how last week's twin attacks were allowed to
for the fighting in iraq and afghanistan. investigators say his targets were fellow soldiers at ft. hood, texas police revealed today they arrested nasr jason abdu yesterday. in his room, atf agents found enough explosives to make at least two timebombs. >> i can tell you that we would probably be here today giving you a different briefing had he not been stopped. >> reporter: in fact, he planned to set off bombs today, just outside the army post. it was a tip from the owner of this gun store that led to his arrest. they believe abdu was acting suspiciously, asking too many questions. the same store where army major hassan bought the gun in the 2009 shootings at ft. hood. last year while stationed in kentucky, he asked to be considered a conscientious objector. >> if you're going to be in the army, use this army regulation, because that's what it's here for. >> reporter: that was put on hold after child porn was found on his computer. no lawyer yet for abdu. >>> we turn to libya, where we learn that the rebel's military commander was killed today, just hours after being arrested by the rebel co
there, greg. we stop cutting the head off pigs and focus on the war in afghanistan -- >> it was a metaphor, bill. >> what is a meta for? >> for dog shadows and things. >> how many members of al-qaeda do you think are left in the world? >> seven. no, you know what, nobody really knows. the reason why this is coming out now, you heard a little bit about this. some people are talking about, well, maybe we are ahead of the curve and maybe we will win. there are several reasons why there are some people talking about this. part is political ahead of the election. part is fatigue over the whole situation and this lingering euphoria over killing bin laden. we are not putting an end to this. >> there is no such thing as wining and losing. it is like cockroaches. >> it is. >> you spray every month and they come back. did the idea of winning and losing this war -- you could only beat the crap out of them every day. >> we have gotten to the point we like to box everything into a simple story. for us it has been al-qaeda. as you pointed out, we are fighting muslim extremism. th
to be in afghanistan then, we're really in trouble. here's what's happened. the democrats are having a difficult time, because when you look at harry's cuts, for the first time i'm saying he didn't aceually cut. i expected smoke and mirrors. they will have a deal because mitch mcconnell and harry have done an arrange.together. the key to it, i come back to, is this commission. it's real important, that committee, because it's going to force a vote. >> bob, let's go back a couple days ago, maybe middle part of last week. you were outside smoking a cigar, going, we got a deal. o i'll tear you apart today. >> he had his monocle. fast-forward today, we still don't have a deal. we'll get a deal, not august 2nd. august 8th. you know what happens on august 8th. they go on recess all of them. if they don't have a deal, they won't be able to go back to their districts. they'll stay in washington. let me guess, august 7th or 8th we get a deal. real quickly, we take in $172 billion per month. you can take care of military funding. you can service the debt. you can take care of all social security payments, tak
and brendan in afghanistan. now their families are doing all they can to make sure that their deaths and others will not be in vain. janet manning is the mother of the late first lieutenant trafs manion and she's the widow of brendan looney and they're my guests today. first of all, so sorry for your tragic loss. it's so hard to see the pictures of them together. they were best of friends and amy, you were part of the group with them, right? >> absolutely. >> so please, if you can, share your wonderful memories of the people that you loved. >> oh, my goodness. i don't even know where to begin. i mean, i met brendan back in 2003 and, you know, we had been dating and got married in 2008. so travis, we, you know, we're both very close friends with when brendan was at the naval academy and we -- you know, they continued their friendship, you know, all the way up until 2007 and obviously, something that will carry forth always in the future, now that they're laying at rest next to each other. >> so we have a young widow here and we have a mother who mourns for the loss of her son. tel
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